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    Regional Picks: Foundation-Friendly Plants – Northeast

    Find foundation-friendly plants for the Northeast below, and read the article by Nick McCullough for even more ideas: “The most critical aspect of your foundation beds is selecting plants that…

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    How to Make a Small Garden Look Larger: Creating an Illusion of Space

    Land is somewhat hard to come by in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. When a real estate listing mentions “land,” it sometimes just means enough space to squeeze between yours and your…

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    The Best of the Best Hostas

    STATS Hosta spp. and cvs. USDA Hardiness Zones: 3–9 Conditions: Partial to full shade; moist, rich, well-drained soil Propagation: Division in spring or fall Problems: Deer, slugs, snails Who doesn’t…

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    Top 10 Large-Leaved Perennials

    Whether you set out to design a garden with large-leaved perennials or you happen upon one or more in the nursery that you just cannot resist, adding an architectural giant…

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    Top 12 Tiny Hostas

    Hostas (Hosta spp. and cvs., USDA Hardiness Zones 3–9) are a staple in almost every perennial garden that enjoys open shade; fertile, well-drained soil; and extended cold weather. They have…

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    Regional Picks: The Experts’ Top Ten Plants – Southeast

    Southeast   No. 1 ‘Liberty’ hosta (Hosta ‘Liberty’) USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 to 9 Size: 20 inches tall and 3 feet wide Conditions: Partial shade or morning sun; moist, well-drained…